BCAA provides free roadside assistance for kids

Burnaby, British Columbia — February 4, 2014 — B.C. Family Day promotes together time but, for many busy families, competing schedules often mean kids are transported to and from activities by a variety of vehicles and drivers. That’s why BCAA is launching its new “Kids Go Free” program, to help parents ensure their kids can get to their destinations.

Starting on B.C. Family Day, Feb. 10, 2014, BCAA will extend its emergency roadside assistance service for free, to children under 16 of CAA Plus or Premier Members. This means members’ kids will always have the security of roadside assistance — whichever vehicle they’re travelling in.

According to BCAA’s transport trends study conducted last summer with 500 B.C. parents of children aged under 16, children are transported regularly in vehicles belonging to someone outside of their household at least two times per week; and close to three times per week for children between the ages of 13 to 15.

To read the full article, please visit TowProMag.com.


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